COS 62 - Landscape Ecology and Analysis

Wednesday, August 10, 2011: 8:00 AM-11:30 AM
12B, Austin Convention Center
8:00 AM
Assessing the spatial distribution and diversity of three focal species in a mixed disturbance landscape
Amanda R. Kuntz, Bowling Green State University; Karen V. Root, Bowling Green State University
8:20 AM
Bayesian inference for assessing feedbacks among species, anthropogenic and climate forcings: Shorebirds in Florida
Matteo Convertino, University of Florida; James B. Elsner, Florida State University; Gregory A. Kiker, University of Florida; Rafael Munoz-Carpena, University of Florida; Joseph F. Donoghue, Florida State University; Richard A. Fischer, USA Engineering and Development Center; Igor Linkov, USA Engineering and Development Center
8:40 AM
Recent habitat fragmentation creates fine-scale genetic structure: A multiscaled landscape genetics approach
Paul Galpern, University of Manitoba; Micheline Manseau, University of Manitoba; Paul Wilson, University of Nottingham
9:00 AM
Influence of land use at multiple spatial scales on nutrient concentration and ecosystem function in a large river system
Jesse C. Becker, Texas State University; Weston H. Nowlin, Texas State University; Benjamin Labay, University of Texas at Austin; Kelly J. Rodibaugh, Texas State University
9:20 AM
Spatial renormalization as a multiscale approach to determining the security of landscapes
William C. Dunn, University of New Mexico; Bruce T. Milne, University of New Mexico
9:40 AM
9:50 AM
Patterns and controls over biodiversity spillover around remnant longleaf pine woodland patches
Lars A. Brudvig, Michigan State University; Christopher Habeck, Kutztown University; Joseph Ledvina, Michigan State University
10:10 AM
An experimental test of corridor and edge effects on the trophic ecology of a generalist ant
Julian Resasco, University of Colorado at Boulder; Douglas J. Levey, National Science Foundation; Ellen I. Damschen, University of Wisconsin-Madison
10:30 AM
Modeling bonobo (Pan paniscus) occupancy in relation to bushmeat hunting, slash-and-burn agriculture, and timber harvest
Jena Hickey, University of Georgia; Nathan Nibbelink, University of Georgia; John Carroll, University of Georgia
10:50 AM
Grasses and large herbivores enhance landscape heterogeneity by excluding a savanna tree from ecosystem hotspots
Lauren M. Porensky, USDA-ARS; Kari E. Veblen, Utah State University; Truman P. Young, University of California, Davis
11:10 AM
Influence of landscape configuration on monoterpene emissions from a Ponderosa Pine forest
Monica B. Madronich, University Of Colorado; Carol A. Wessman, University of Colorado-Boulder; Alex Guenther, National Center for Atmospheric Research
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